Philip Edward Lammers, MD
Specializing in Hematology and Oncology
Dr. Philip Lammers is a board-certified medical oncologist and hematologist with a strong focus on breast cancer, although he sees patients with all types of cancer and blood conditions. He is the Medical Director of Clinical Oncology Research and leads the Clinical Trials Committee at Baptist Cancer Center. Dr. Lammers is an active member in Baptist’s Mid-South Minority and Underserved National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program, known as NCORP, a program funded by the NCI that allows Baptist patients access to groundbreaking clinical trials.
Along with the Baptist Medical Group breast surgeons, he helps to lead the Multidisciplinary Breast Cancer Clinic at Baptist Cancer Center, a biweekly gathering of surgeons, oncologists, hematologists, nurse navigators and other oncology care providers who meet to discuss patient cases and recommend the best plan of care for the patient. Dr. Lammers has secured national grant funding for several projects and has been named to several national cancer committees, including the Southwest Oncology Group (known as SWOG) Breast Cancer Committee. SWOG is a global cancer research community that designs and conducts publicly funded clinical trials.
University of Notre Dame; Notre Dame, IN
Indiana University; Indianapolis, IN; 2006
Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University Medical Center; St. Louis, MO; 2009
Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Nashville, TN; 2013
Awards, Certifications & Memberships
- American Board Of Internal Medicine, Hematology
- American Board Of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine
- American Board Of Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology